Basics of the ip routing

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  • Types of Information: text, graphic, voice; audio; video, game… Communication systems: end systems: work-stations, servers, printers… networking devices: hub; switch; routers… capacity depending on hardware configurations (CPU, RAM, Bus…)

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  • Students will be able to: Describe IPv6, describe the basics of IPv6 addressing, describe and configure IPv6 addresses, describe and configure IPv6 routing, describe and configure IPv6 tunneling, describe and configure static and dynamic NAT -PT.

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  • Most routing protocols fall into one of two classes: distance vector or link state. The basics of distance vector routing protocols are examined here; the next section covers link state routing protocols. Most distance vector algorithms are based on the work done of R. E. Bellman, L. R. Ford, and D. R. Fulkerson, and for this reason occasionally are referred to as BellmanFord or FordFulkerson algorithms. A notable exception is EIGRP, which is based on an algorithm developed by J. J. Garcia Luna Aceves....

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  • Every IP address must be accompanied by a subnet mask. By now you should be able to look at an IP address and tell what class it is. Unfortunately your computer doesn’t think that way. For your computer to determine the network and subnet portion of an IP address it must “AND” the IP address with the subnet mask.When you take a single network such as and divide it into five smaller networks (,,,, the outside world still sees the network as 192.100.10.

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  • In this chapter, you will learn to: Describe the basic operation of EIGRP, plan and implement EIGRP routing, configure and verify EIGRP routing, configure and verify basic EIGRP in an enterprise WAN, configure and verify EIGRP authentication, describe and configure EIGRP optimization mechanisms; verify and troubleshoot the overall implementation.

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  • In this chapter, you learned to: Describe OSPF terminology and operation within various enterprise environments, describe the function and operation of packets in OSPF routing, configure and verify basic OSPF, describe and configure OSPF in various WAN network types,...

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  • Inverse ARP is on by default Automatically maps the IP address of the devices at the other end of the PVCs to the local DLCI number. Split horizon is disabled by default on Frame Relay physical interfaces. Routes from Router R2 can be sent to Router R3, and vise-versa. Note: Inverse ARP does not provide dynamic mapping for the communication between routers R2 to R3 because they are not connected with a PVC; this must be configured (mapped) manually

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  • Dynamic routing protocols have evolved over several years  As networks have evolved and become more complex, new routing protocols have emerged.  Most institutions have migrated to new protocols, others are still in use.  The first version of RIP was released in 1982, but some of the basic algorithms within the protocol were used on the ARPANET as early as 1969.

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  • Upon completion of this lesson, the successful participant will be able to: Describe the basic features & concepts of link-state routing protocols, list the benefits and requirements of link-state routing protocols.

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  • After studying this chapter you will be able to: Describe the basic features & concepts of link-state routing protocols, list the benefits and requirements of link-state routing protocols.

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  • The last few chapters introduced you to routing protocols and their basic configuration. By default, once you set up routing, your router will allow any packet to flow from one interface to another. You may want to implement policies to restrict the flow of traffic, for either security or traffic policy reasons. Cisco allows you affect the flow of traffic from one interface to another by using access control lists (ACLs). ACLs, pronounced ackles, are a very powerful feature of the IOS.

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  • This chapter describes how to log into the CSS and configure an IP address, subnet mask, and default route. Included in this chapter is a description of the system software. It also contains information on using the Offline Diagnostic Monitor (Offline DM) menu. Information in this chapter applies to all CSS models except where noted. CSS software is available in a Standard or Enhanced feature set.

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  • This chapter presents the commands you need to know when configuring the various IP routing protocols on Cisco routers. Frequently, the terminology presents the most challenging aspect of understanding routing with Cisco IOS. Therefore, after reviewing the basic CCIE blueprint objectives covered in this chapter, we’ll offer a brief overview of basic terminology. Then, we’ll move on to discuss the Cisco IOS routing configuration commands.

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  • This chapter helps you prepare for the exam by covering the following Planning objective: Given a scenario, identify valid network configurations. . This is a very general objective as there are many aspects of a valid network configuration. Essentially, this objective indicates that you will need to have the background provided by the Networking Essentials exam and understand what configurations of TCP/IP are valid. .

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  • In the preceding chapter, you gained an overview of routing protocols, including the different types and their advantages and disadvantages. This chapter covers the basic configuration of distance vector protocols, specifically the IP Routing Information Protocol (RIP) and the Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP). It focuses on the basics of these protocols; advanced configuration of these protocols is beyond the scope of this book. However, by the end of the chapter, you’ll be able to configure routers running RIP and IGRP that will route traffic in a network....

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  • In these exercises, you will explore some basic multicast concepts via simple IP multicast applications that have been in usage for several years and are known as Mbone tools. The Mbone was the original implementation of IP multicast on the Internet. In these exercises all the hosts (your PCs) are connected to the same LAN—no multicast routing is needed at this stage.

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  • The Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) protocol is a link state protocol that handles routing for IP traffic. Its newest implementation, version 2, which is explained in RFC 2328, is an open standard, like RIP. Chapter 9 offered a brief introduction to link state protocols. As you will see in this section, OSPF draws heavily on the concepts described in that chapter, but it also has some features of its own. Besides covering the characteristics of OSPF, you’ll be presented with enough information to undertake a very basic routing configuration using OSPF....

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  • This lab focuses on the ability to connect two simple LANs, each consisting of a workstation and a switch or hub, to form a basic router-to-router WAN. A router is a networking device that can be used to interconnect LANs which routes packets between different networks using Layer 3 IP addressing. Routers are typically used to connect the Internet. In addition to the physical and data link connections, which are layers 1 and 2, the computers and routers must also be configured with the correct IP network settings, which is Layer 3, so that they can communicate.

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  • Describe the commands used in a basic EIGRP configuration task –Explain how to configure a router to use wildcard masks to select the interfaces and networks that will participate in EIGRP routing –Configure the gateway of last resort or default route –Verify that the router recognizes EIGRP neighbors and routes –Verify EIGRP operations

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  • This lab focuses on configuring a basic router-to-router WAN and then troubleshooting Layer 1 cabling problems and workstation Layer 3 IP addressing problems. Note: The two routers need to be preconfigured by the instructor or lab assistant to have the correct IP addresses on their LAN and WAN interfaces. Router A will provide the clocking signal as DCE. Use the prior lab “Basic Routed WAN” to set up this lab prior to starting the troubleshooting.

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